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Community Pandemic Recovery Fund

Applications Now Open

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the community in many ways, including the ability for non-profit and community service providers to meet the needs of those they serve.

Council has approved the Community Pandemic Recovery Fund (CPRF) to provide funding for programs and services that increase or maintain supports to residents in meeting their basic human service needs.

Council approved $500,000 for the CPRF which is comprised of funds from the municipality’s contingency reserve as well as the 2021 allocation from the Lindsay Legacy CHEST Fund.

The goals of the CPRF are to encourage the necessary collaboration and sharing of resources, foster the essential innovation of operations and practice, build capacity to foster long-term stability, and to establish intentional progressive planning.

Eligible organizations include non-profit and community service providers in the broader health and human services sector. Organizations must be an incorporated non-profit organization or registered charity.

Before you begin your application, please read the Community Pandemic Recovery Fund Framework.

Download the Community Pandemic Recovery Fund Framework

Community Pandemic Recovery Fund Application Form

All applications and required documents must be submitted by 4pm on Monday, March 1, 2021.

If you have any questions about the CPRF framework or the application process, please email hrussett@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9870 ext. 3228.

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